Supporting local organizations and events is a strong part of KIKO’s culture. Each of our sales associates and operational staff is active in their local communities, participating in everything from Chambers of Commerce, Rotaries and religious organizations to 4-H/fair activities, medical associations and charitable organizations.
In 2016, KIKO helped raise more than $4 million for local charities through benefit auctions where we offered our auctioneering and bid calling services. To learn more about our community involvement, or if you need a benefit auctioneer, contact us.
CEO Dick Kiko and Andrew Schumacher auction off one of Andrew’s unique art pieces in a benefit for the Love, Andrew Autism Foundation.
Handing out candy in the Louisville Constitution Parade.
Auctioneer/Realtor Brooks Ames conducts a live auction at the 2016 Cattle Barons Ball for American Cancer Society. He and his wife Janey serve as the chairs for the 2017 event.
KIKO’s Brooks Ames and former WKYC news anchor Kris Pickel participate in Ride the Rainbow, which raised more than $1.4 million for UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital.
KIKO Company sponsors a water station for the 2017 Hall of Fame Marathon in Canton, Ohio.
Auctioneer/Realtor Doug Milano, his wife Lindsay, Apprentice Auctioneer/Realtor Bethanie Peters, and her husband Chett, support the Aultman Cancer Center at the 2017 Angel Auction, which raised approximately $530,000.
Sold! Brooks Ames supports Summa Health by providing auction services during the 15th Men Who Cook fundraiser.
Team KIKO! The Fairless Youth Baseball Softball Association 10u kid pitch team sports their KIKO-sponsored gear.
KIKO Company was recognized as a 2017 Business Excellence Award winner by the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce.